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Old Time Radio Researchers GroupPlanet Man - Single Episodes

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PLANET MAN



This is the fascinating story of Dantro, The Planet Man, troubleshooter for the League of Planets organization, the law enforcement body for peace and justice in the celestial world -- whose headquarters and center of operations are situated on the capital of all planets, Planteria Rex.

From Mercury to Pluto, where ever danger threatens the universe, you will find Dantro the Planet Man fighting for fair play.

The Planet Man was a juvenile science ficton series of the 1950's transcribed and syndicated by Palladium Radio Productions.

The stories are campy and predictable, but silly fun none the less. Good for a laugh or for bedtime stories for younger listeners.



From the Old Time Radio Researcher's Group. See "Note" Section below for more information on the OTRR.



This audio is part of the collection: Old Time Radio
It also belongs to collection: Radio Programs

Artist/Composer: Old Time Radio Researchers Group
Keywords: OTRR; Old Time Radio Researchers Group; Old Time Radio; OTRR Single Episodes; Planet Man; The Planet Man; Children's Series; Childrens Series; Science Fiction; OTRR - 2008-03

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States


Notes


OLD TIME RADIO RESEARCHER'S GROUP



This is a production of the Old Time Radio Researchers Group located at Old Time Radio Researchers Website and the Old Time Radio Researchers Group.

It contains the most complete and accurate version of this series in the best sound possible at the time of creation. An updated version will be issued if more episodes or better sounding ones become available.

If you are interested in preserving old time radio, you may wish to join the Old Time Radio Researchers Group at Yahoo.


This is the Single Episode Page. The Certified Set includes extras not found here. It is located at OTRR Certified Set. This page is provided in case you want to sample the shows.

Note that in many cases, file names have been modified from the original OTRR names to conform to archive.org naming requirements.


Relax, listen, and enjoy!


OTRR Definitions:

OTRR Certified Accurate -- A series that is Certified Accurate indicates that all the episodes are properly identified and labeled but that the series does not contain all known extant episodes.

OTRR Certified Complete -- A series that is Certified Complete is the highest level of certification available under the OTRR Certified Standards. This certification level implies that all the files in the series are Certified Accurate but also indicates that the series is as complete as possible – it includes all extant episodes.

Individual Files

Audio Files 32Kbps MP3
Orbit the Moon 2.7 MB
Cosmic Communicator 2.7 MB
Marston to Attack Earth 2.8 MB
Discussing Marston 2.8 MB
Kidnapping Order 2.8 MB
Billy and Jane Need Help 2.8 MB
Hoping for a Miracle 2.7 MB
Billy and Jane in Ship 2.7 MB
Three D Dantro 2.7 MB
Marston Dead 2.7 MB
On a Scout Ship 2.7 MB
Preparing to Blast Off 2.7 MB
Discussing Venus 2.7 MB
Captured by the Dusters 2.7 MB
Captives on Venus 2.8 MB
Back to the Prison Cell 2.7 MB
Dantro, Help Us 2.8 MB
Plot to Destroy Venus 2.8 MB
Venus Minister - Traitor 96.8 KB
Venus Minister - Traitor 2.7 MB
Encounter with Pirates 2.7 MB
Pirates Attack Dantro 2.7 MB
Alarm Alerts Pirates 2.6 MB
Slick and Blackie 2.8 MB
An Ancient Space Ship 2.7 MB
Searching for Asteroid 2.6 MB
Trying to Find Dantro 2.7 MB
Searching for Planeteer 2.7 MB
Planeteer Spotted 2.6 MB
Prospector Finds Billy 2.7 MB
Uranium on Asteroid 2.7 MB
Surrounded by Mines 2.7 MB
Where's the Kids 2.7 MB
Judge's Problem 2.7 MB
Strange Goings On 2.7 MB
Dantro Controlled 2.7 MB
Slat Is Fed Up 2.7 MB
Slats Tricks Dantro 2.8 MB
Marston Has Communicator 2.8 MB
Marston's Spy Ring 2.7 MB
Hunt for the Ancients 2.8 MB
Encountering New Race 2.7 MB
Sun and Toor Watching 2.7 MB
Beings from Libra 2.7 MB
Sulfur Breather Being 2.8 MB
Must Obey Zen 2.7 MB
Klee Will Use Dantro 2.7 MB
Astrodrive Broken 2.7 MB
Slats Suspicious 2.7 MB
Touring Mardee 2.7 MB
Council Denies Request 2.7 MB
Secret Council 2.7 MB
Firing Squad 2.7 MB
Trying to Save Judge 2.7 MB
Gaza Talking to Marston 2.7 MB
Dantro Goes to Alpha 2.7 MB
Barrow's Expedition 2.7 MB
Crash Landing 2.7 MB
Space Ship Graveyard 2.7 MB
Slats Headed for Death 2.7 MB
Contacting the Mardee 2.7 MB
Insect Planet 2.7 MB
Destroy the Generator 2.7 MB
Dantro Frees Prisoners 2.7 MB
Fighting Insect Men 2.7 MB
New Adventure Begins 2.7 MB
A Robot Civilization 2.7 MB
Transporter to Orientor 2.6 MB
Robot 012 Takes Over 2.7 MB
Who Is Robot T21 2.7 MB
Will T21 Help Dantro 2.7 MB
Slats Looking for Dantro 2.7 MB
Days Before Overthrow 2.7 MB
Dantro and T21 Joined 2.7 MB
Can Slats Control Jet 2.7 MB
Death Coming Closer 2.7 MB
End of Adventure 2.7 MB
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OTRR_Planet_Man_Ver2_Singles_reviews.xml Metadata 633.0 B
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OTRR_Planet_Man_Ver2_Singles_archive.torrent 25.3 KB
Planet_Man_50-xx-xx_ep01_Episode_Not_Available.doc 11.0 KB
Planet_Man_50-xx-xx_ep04_Episode_Not_Available.doc 11.0 KB

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Reviewer: jeffzkrazie - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - April 8, 2010
Subject: Good show, seriously and literally!
This show might've been made to attract juvenile audiences but I am 22 years old and I really do enjoy this show a lot! I recommend this show to anyone and everyone!